Earlier last month, the Lunar Digital Assets executive team flew from Los Angeles to New York City to meet with friends and acquaintances. Throughout Consensus Week, the LDA executive team witnessed a variety of projects showcasing their developments within the space. In the midst of a rally for Bitcoin’s price, spirits ran high and the energy strong.
To kick off the event, the LDA team met with its partner, Sweden-based Chromia, to support its Developer’s Workshop at Galvanize in Lower Manhattan. Chromia unveiled its developer’s resources and SDKs for those looking to create dApps on its platform protocol. At the event, the LDA team discussed strategic initiatives going into the next quarter as Chromia prepared for its IEO on Kucoin and launch of its TestNet.
Later that evening, the LDA team met up with another one of its strategic partners at the Sheraton Hotel in Midtown Manhattan. The 100X Advisors team hosted a panel during its World Tour with crypto influencers such as Tone Vays, Oh Hey Matty, & Ausaf Ahmad. The LDA team participated with the rest of the audience in voting for the event’s winning project, Reserve protocol, a stablecoin project.
Going into Tuesday and Wednesday of Consensus Week, the LDA pushed full force in launching its flagship suite of trading tools, Lunar Labs. With a sold-out guest list of over 200 attendees, a number of influencers and industry insiders visited Flatiron District to witness the Lunar Labs beta first hand.
“NYC Blockchain Week was definitely an impressive eye-opener and it was great to see the thriving decentralization movement in New York. LDA was honored to have participated, and thank you to all the sponsors for allowing us to make our party unforgettable.” – Han Yoon, CEO of Lunar Digital Assets
Within the next couple of weeks, LDA will publicly launching its beta for the public retail investment community to use. Users will be able to utilize a series of features including:
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